Tornado victims salvage belongings, prepare for rain
Victims of tornadoes that tore through Ontario and Quebec are rushing to salvage their belongings and prepare for forecasted rain that could do further damage to their homes.
Predictive policing in U.S. provokes fears of profiling
The method uses a computer algorithm to predict where a crime will happen and who will commit it — community activists are concerned about the way race will be considered when the data is analyzed.
Rod Rosenstein to meet with Trump, still has job for now
U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will meet with President Donald Trump, as reports suggest he will be fired; but for now, Rosenstein still has his job.
Pitching Canada to the UN, Ottawa tornado follow-up
The latest on the tornado that ripped through Ottawa and parts of Quebec. Plus: Ont. Liberal finance critic Mitzi Hunter on Ontario's finance probe, and former ambassador to the UN Paul Heinbecker on what's happening behind-the-scenes as Canada campaigns for a seat at the UN Security Council.
Who's behind one of the biggest cyber-crime schemes in Canadian history? David Common travels to India to catch the fraudsters.